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What does CS stand for?

CS stands for Chappelle's Show (Comedy Central TV show)

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The former Daily Show correspondent and recent New York cover boy (who also has a key role in the next Ang Lee movie, Taking Woodstock) saw his new Comedy Central show debut to record ratings when it premiered two weeks ago; Important Things was the highest-rated premiere the network has seen since Chappelle's Show hit the tube in 2003.
THERE'S NO DOUBT THAT CHAPPELLE'S SHOW IS VERY FUNNY ["Funny Money," December 2004], but it would be even more appearing and more amusing if the "N" word wasn't used so excessively or unnecessarily.
From a sketch about reparations for slavery to the logo for Chappelle's Pilot Boy Productions, the image of a slave smiling with handfuls of cash, Chappelle's Show focuses on racial politics.
Other television credits include guest-starring roles in popular TV shows, such as The Ghost Whisperer, The Office, The Sopranos, Monk, Chappelle's Show, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Law & Order: Trial By Jury, and reoccurring roles in NBC's Third Watch and CBS's The Unit.
Chappelle, who disappeared to South Africa last April (eventually citing major stress as the cause for embarking on his "spiritual retreat"), filmed four episodes of the third season of his wildly popular Chappelle's Show before he left, according to Reuters .
Murphy, who is seen on Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show and who toiled for years as a bodyguard for his younger brother Eddie, is the opener on the "I'm Rich, Beeyatch